Who or What are You Voting for this Year?

Who or What are You Voting for this Year?

In 2018, James Clear’s book called, “Atomic Habits” was released and became best seller. The book was listed as one of Fast Company’s best-selling business books of 2018. On page 38, James Clear makes the statement, “Every action you take is a vote for the type of...
A New Year and a New Progression

A New Year and a New Progression

Well, here we go! 2020 is upon us whether we were expecting it or not. This year will be filled with countless blessings, renewed spirits and a desire to grow closer to God each day. At the beginning of this year, some people will give themselves a new start and a set...
Two Daily Bible Reading Programs

Two Daily Bible Reading Programs

The new year is approaching! Are you ready? A few years ago I found a couple daily Bible reading schedules and developed some study questions each week for them. This year I want to share the questions with you each week to assist you in your studies. Once of these...
Where Have You Left Jesus – Sermon Powerpoint

Where Have You Left Jesus – Sermon Powerpoint

During the Christmas season, many people will leave Jesus at the manger. Where have you left Jesus? To view the PowerPoint of the lesson below, click the arrows and the bottom. Once you click the arrow, give it a moment to change the slide before clicking again....
What Would Make You Give Up Being a Christian?

What Would Make You Give Up Being a Christian?

Before you read on, take note that the only thing that “makes” us give up being a Christian is us. While one might blame other things, people or teachings, the fact is that it is one’s decision. Various factors may affect our decision, but ultimately, the decision is...
John Wesley’s Rules for Singing

John Wesley’s Rules for Singing

Singing is powerful aspect of our worship that motivates one to a greater attitude and a greater desire to worship. Music has a tendency to transport the mind into a higher realm. In 1780, John Wesley published his rules for singing as a part of a hymnal he produced...

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